Adam Solander Quoted in “3 Things Employers Need to Know About Halbig, Fourth Circuit Court Rulings on Obamacare Subsidies”

Washington Business Journal

Adam Solander, an Associate in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, in the Washington, DC office, was quoted in an article titled "3 Things Employers Need to Know About Halbig, Fourth Circuit Court Rulings on Obamacare Subsidies."

Following is an excerpt:

With dueling federal court decisions released Tuesday on just who's able to get federal subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, experts say they've been fielding plenty of questions on what this all will mean for employers. Here are three things employers in the District, Virginia and Maryland should know about the rulings: 1. This could invalidate employer mandate in states like Virginia. Why is this creating such a stir among employers? Because for those in states without a state-run exchange — like Virginia — this decision could ultimately invalidate penalties triggered against employers when full-time employees purchase coverage through public exchanges and qualify for subsidies, said Adam Solander, a D.C. health care group expert for law firm Epstein Becker Green.

This article was also published in the Orlando Business Journal.